Hutchinson's Historic FOX Theatre is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation and is listed on the State and National Historic Register. The FOX is entirely funded by donations from foundations, members & patrons just like you.
KARRIN ALLYSON: November 17th
CRYSTAL GAYLE: December 8th
BIG BAD VOODOO DADDY: February 3rd
ART GARFUNKEL In Close-up: March 5th
JIM BELUSHI and the Board of Comedy: March 25th
MOMIX's OPUS CACTUS: April 9th
Purchase tickets here online, by phone at 877-FOX-SHOW, or in-person at the FOX Box Office: 18 East 1st Avenue.
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A SUMMER FULL OF MOVIES AT THE FOX
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Admission is only $4 per person, available at the door. We also have FOX Film Series Passes which include 10 admissions and a punch card for 5 FREE small popcorns for ONLY $36! Get your passes at the Box Office or order here online:
DON'T MISS OUT ON TAX CREDITS
Presenting a Tremendous Opportunity For Donors
Hutchinson’s Historic FOX Theatre has received an award of $200,000 in tax credits from the Kansas Department of Commerce’s Community Service Tax Credit Program. The FOX is one of just 23 nonprofit organizations in the state to be awarded these tax credits, which can be used to provide support for capital fundraising projects. The theatre will use funds from donors who wish to take advantage of these credits to help complete our Stage & Technology Improvement Project, which includes repairing the 84- year-old theatre’s damaged and deteriorating stage floor structure while also updating electronic and technical equipment and systems associated with presenting live performing arts events. These repairs and updates have become increasingly critical over the past few years, threatening to prevent the continued operation of the FOX as a live performance venue.
Each year, nonprofit community service organizations submit proposals to the Department of Commerce. If the organization is awarded tax credits, it is then authorized to offer those credits to donors making contributions to the approved fund-raising project. Tax credits for this program are allocated to these groups annually at a rate of 50% in non-rural areas. As an example, qualified donors who give $1,000 to an approved project in a non-rural area would receive a 50 percent (or $500) tax credit against their Kansas income tax liability. If the donor does not have any Kansas tax liability, they will receive a check from the state for the amount of the credit (in this case $500). In addition, the donor would receive federal tax benefits if they itemize, which would again decrease their tax liability.
Donors can take advantage of these credits right now by making a contribution to the theatre, and in exchange receive tax credits valued at 50% of their donation to be used during the next 18 months for their 2015 or 2016 Kansas state income taxes. The is an exceptional opportunity to stretch your giving dollars much further than otherwise possible and make a big difference in the future of Hutchinson’s Historic Fox Theatre, a nationally significant and cherished landmark.
*Tax Credits available on a first come, first served basis.
For more information about tax credits or to make a donation, contact:
Director of Development
(620) 663-5861 Ext. 205 or (877) FOX-SHOW Ext. 205
*Mitch is also available to schedule a special meeting or presentation with your group or club about tax credits and the FOX.
Architectural Digest Features Hutchinson Fox Among Prestigious Theatres
Architectural Digest, a prominent print and online publication considered to be “the international design authority” by its readership, featured our own Hutchinson Fox Theatre among fourteen other historic movie palaces across the country in a recent online feature titled “Showstoppers: 14 Historic American Theaters”.
Other venues pictured alongside the Fox include Thalian Hall in Wilmington, North Carolina, Providence Performing Arts Center in Providence, Rhode Island, the Pantages Theatre in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the Majestic Theatre in San Antonio, Texas, Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre in Rochester, New York and the Balboa Theatre in San Diego, California.
Click Here To See The Feature Online at Architectural Digest